We are proud to announce that our Production truck, Natalie Michele, was a part of the PGA TOUR Entertainment team who has been nominated for a 2013 National Sports Emmy in the Outstanding New Approaches Category...

We are very proud to announce that we are changing our company name from Sure Shot Transmissions, Inc. to

The name change is due to the significant expansion of our business activities from just satellite transmissions to Production and Uplink facilities, as well as rentals, and more new innovative activities that are in the works.

The name change should also be perceived as an acknowledgement of the size, strength and diversity of the entire Sure Shot Teleproductions, Inc. group. We strive to continue the excellent production and uplink services we have provided for many years under the new name.

The company will continue to operate in its current structure and your contacts will remain un-changed.


Natalie Michele with Denny

When I founded Sure Shot Teleproductions Inc in 1987 I quickly learned that to be successful in the remote facilities business that nothing less than 100% performance was acceptable.

Over time we have worked hard to establish a reputation of high quality and dependable service. We presently have a staff of management and engineering personnel that exceeds well over 100 years of experience.

In recent years we have expanded our service and now proudly offer four of the finest combo units available in the world. Kelsey Marie (Standard Definition) Abbey Elizabeth and Natalie Michele and our newest addition Cynthia Lee (High Definitions) offer network quality production and satellite services.

We continue to upgrade the remainder of our fleet to accommodate both Standard Definition and High Definition satellite service.

We also offer competitive rates on both domestic and international satellites.

Customer service is the number one priority at Sure Shot Teleproductions. Our staff is dedicated to nothing less than 100% satisfaction.

Please take a moment to review our website for complete details of our production and satellite capabilities.

For a comprehensive quote, please contact one of our offices in New York, Dallas, or Youngstown, Ohio.

Thank you for considering Sure Shot Teleproductions.

Dennis G Kunce

    Helpful hints for a Successful Event
  • Site Survey - Performing a site survey will greatly enhance your chances for a successful event. Determining parking, power, cable runs and line of site issues all play a factor in doing a remote broadcast. 30 Days prior to the event is advisable.
  • Select your Mobile Units - Every show has its own unique requirements. Choosing the proper production truck to meet your production and budgeting needs is a great start to a successful event.
  • Set Day - If budgets permit a set day, this greatly enhances your chances for a seamless broadcast. The extra day allows time for the travel delays and technical issues that can and do happen when doing a remote broadcast.
  • Show Day - If a set day is not possible, it is important to allow ample time prior to your event to complete set up and fax the mobile production unit a minimum of 2 hours before the start of the event. Set, shoot and strike shows can incur overtime charges that occur after industry standard 10 hours on site for the production crew.
  • Crew - Selecting the crew for your event can and will have a direct impact on the quality of your production. With all the new HD equipment in the market place, be sure that the crew you hire is experienced with equipment on the mobile unit of choice.
  • Satellite Space Segment - If satellite transmission service is required for your event, it is vitally important to select a satellite that you can clearly see with no obstructions. Just as important, is to verify with your downlink site or sites that they can see the satellite as well.
  • Coordination - The more information you can put on paper and distribute to your on-site personnel prior to your event the better. Proper, prior planning prevents many of the problems that can arise during the course of a live broadcast.
  • Good Night - After completing a successful broadcast, calling in a good night to your uplink truck and satellite carrier ensures that you will not incur overrun charges that may not be necessary.

Paul Day

tele: (817)283-8203

John McLaughlin

tele: (631)261-3409

Dennis Kunce

tele: (330)542-0900